Openable Windows FB Shop for Lease [Hollywood Road – HK]

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)3,915ParkingNearbyRentHK$172,000

Property Description

Newly Renovated Restaurant with High Ceiling and Fully Openable Windows. Affordable Rental Space on Hollywood Road HK

This F&B Shop for Lease  has a high ceiling with a wide window frontage. Also, the shop is with openable windows, so diners can experience a semi-open dining environment that overlooks Hollywood Road.

Residential areas, office crowds, and tourist attractions surround the restaurant space, so it ensures traffic around the area.

A few more restaurants in Sheung Wan, which also take part in our Hong Kong F&B community, are among choices at your fingertips.


More about Hollywood Road [F&B Shop for Rent with Huge Outdoor]

This F&B shop for lease with huge outdoor is on Hollywood Road (荷李活道) in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.

Hollywood Road is a high-end dining location in Hong Kong. It is a street that begins in Central and ends in Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island. Hence, it is no doubt an artistic landmark with galleries and Chinese antique shops.

Also, The Man Mo Temple (文武廟), which is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong, has been a landmark of Hollywood Road since 1847.

Hollywood Road is also known for its collection of stylish restaurants, speakeasy bars, and cafes.

Bibo is a fine dining restaurant that puts together arts and food. It is the first restaurant to set up in Hong Kong by a fast-expanding French restaurant group.

Consequently, F&B groups also actively put their flags on Hollywood Road. Italian eatery 208 Duecento Otto and ChaChaWan (Thai Restaurant) by JIA Group also come to mind.

Vicky Lau, a celebrity female chef, has also moved her Tate Dining Room from Elgin Street (Soho Central) to Hollywood Road.


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Property Features

Wide window frontage

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